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Graham Gordy has taken the long way around to television success as a writer, especially considering his first passion was acting. He looks back to his early childhood to pinpoint his love of the craft. “I was eight or nine when I did my first stage play and I was …

Ballet Arkansas gears up for their  third annual Visions Choreographic Competition on August 20 at 7:00pm at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Center for Performing Arts University Theater. Tickets are $40 for adults and $30 for students, seniors or military with a valid ID. The annual competition features dozens …

Saline County is not typically the first place that comes to mind when looking for a growing local artisan scene. The Little Rock suburbs quickly fell behind the resurgence of local art and food that has taken place over the past decade, instead being a hub for chain restaurants and …

Welcome to our new series, Retro Rock. We take you back in time to look at the history behind some of Little Rock’s most iconic places and hidden treasures. There is no mistaken the Arkansas State Capitol as you make your way through downtown. Situated at the western edge of the …

Take a look around you and you will find that the world of politics is dominated by older, more seasoned, people. That never deterred Molly Miller from stepping up to run for City Director, in fact she sees it as an asset. Miller, 27, moved to Arkansas from Tulsa to attend …

When you think of cities that hold top fashion companies the first that come to mind are New York, LA, Paris, London, or San Francisco. Jamie Davidson wants to add Little Rock to that list with Strong Suit. Strong Suit launched in 2013 with the goal of bringing high quality, …

The Arkansas Arts Center’s annual Delta Exhibition, which features some of the state and surrounding region’s best artist, begins Friday June 10 – August 28. “Each year Delta garners a lot of excitement because it provides Arkansas Arts Center patrons with the opportunity to experience the region’s talented contemporary artists,” said …

If you have been anywhere close to downtown in the past year it is impossible to miss the construction going on at the famous Robinson Center Auditorium on Broadway and Markham. Robinson Center opened in 1939, and since then has received only one major update in the 1970’s. The $68+ …

If you ask owner and jewelry craftswoman Brandy McNair how she chose her business name, she’ll smile before answering your question. “My family is Italian – and [Bella Vita] means “Beautiful Life” in Italian. I wanted to stay true to that Italian heritage,” she says. Bella Vita, now located in …

You can’t miss the new storefront on 1218 Main Street that Electric Ghost Screen Printing is proud to call home. From the street, you’ll notice the many windows sporting varying levels of hanging plants, plus the neon sign mounted on the far wall with the company logo is bound to …

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